World Class Chefs
With multiple world class restaurants, Twin River Casino features some of the finest chefs in the New England area.
Joe Cozza Executive Chef, Twin River Casino
Joe was born and raised in Malden, MA and attended Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI where he received his degree in Culinary Arts while maintaining Dean’s List status. Joe started his career as a line Chef at Christopher’s on the Hill and The Biltmore Providence. He then accepted the position of Restaurant Chef at Al Dente, a fine dining Italian restaurant at Foxwoods Resort Casino. While at Foxwoods, Joe was instrumental in the grand openings of seven separate restaurants.
After 10 years, he returned to the Ocean State to join the Twin River Team as the opening Restaurant Chef of Carmine’s Italian restaurant; he was also the Chef of Fado Irish Pub, and, finally, Wicked Good Bar & Grill. Joe has appeared on the Providence Rhode Show, TV Maître D’ and the Phantom Gourmet. He has been recognized numerous times for excellence in service and dining. Joe brings with him a wealth of knowledge with over 20 years of culinary and leadership experience.
Head Chef, Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse
Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse is the perfect platform for Chef Carlos to showcase his grilling techniques and innovative approach to the traditional steakhouse experience.
DaMoura originally joined the Lincoln Park family in 1994 as a line cook in the Queen of Clubs Restaurant, which overlooked greyhound racing. He continued to work at Lincoln Park for several years as he completed a four-year Business Administration degree from Johnson & Wales University.
With the sizeable Twin River casino expansion plans in 2005 Chef Carlos had an opportunity to stay on staff and was later promoted to head chef at Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse in 2008. He has continued to astonish his guests with his Portuguese and Creole influenced steak and seafood specials.
Head Chef, Wicked Good Bar & Grill
Jeremy is a native Rhode Islander who studied Business Management at the Community College of Rhode Island. He began his professional career in retail management but gravitated to the culinary arts over 10 years ago. Jeremy originally joined the Lincoln Park family in 2006 as a line cook for City Scapes and remained a line cook through the Twin River Casino expansion and grand openings of both Fado Irish Pub and Wicked Good Bar & Grill. Jeremy was promoted to Sous Chef of Wicked Good Bar & Grill in 2011 and took over as Restaurant Chef in 2015. Jeremy has appeared on The Rhode Show on multiple occasions and has been recognized numerous times for excellence in service and dining. Jeremy is motivated by his passion for food and dedication to customer satisfaction, both of which is evident in his creative and popular seasonal menus.